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The Journal of the Lincoln Heights Literary Society
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J LHLS Archives: November 2003

Sunday, November 9, 2003

The Journal of the Lincoln Heights Literary Society, Issue 2

Ah, Brumaire already. How time flies when you're over forty.
Editorial
by Ginger Mayerson

Posted by Editor @ 08:50 PM PST [Link]

The proceeding was an excerpt from "Beowulf", a 5th century epic poem and some of the only direct evidence we have of the work of the scop.
Coming of the Quake Clans: Return of the Scop?
By Kelly S. Taylor

Posted by Editor @ 08:48 PM PST [Link]

Somewhere
Nightfall at the Corner of Hoover and Adams
By William Benson

Posted by Editor @ 08:47 PM PST [Link]

In most parts of the country summer starts on Memorial Day. Here in Wilmington it really starts with the Flower Market.
Rain and Roses
By Lynn Loper

Posted by Editor @ 08:47 PM PST [Link]

At fifty-nine we are sorting items in our rental home;
Unessential Ingredients
By Geoff Fernald

Posted by Editor @ 08:46 PM PST [Link]

The Flash Mob was one of the first technology-driven fads of the early twenty-first century.
Dispersed Flash Mobs: A History
By Tom Good

Posted by Editor @ 08:45 PM PST [Link]

Before we can sow the wheat,
By the Ear of the Mule
By Robert Dean Tribble

Posted by Editor @ 08:45 PM PST [Link]

No one in the family knows how Johnny's burial was arranged. The fact is, we didn't know he had died until eight years after the fact.
Johnny
By Erik M. Stevens

Posted by Editor @ 08:43 PM PST [Link]

California back road,
Orchard
By Geoff Fernald

Posted by Editor @ 08:42 PM PST [Link]

I recently had an argument with a friend (my head) over the film "Head". As this argument progressed to an unfulfilling climax, I soon realized that my friend understood none of the film.
It's in Your Head (Part 1)
By Donatella DelBono

Posted by Editor @ 08:42 PM PST [Link]

I'm a lifelong journalist. I think everyone is immoral.
An Interview with John Bloom
By Ginger Mayerson and Laurel Sutton

Posted by Editor @ 08:40 PM PST [Link]

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